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#ActualSuperVGA

Posted 29 November 2012 - 12:10 PM

I think your code is increasing mDegree by 0.5 each frame, and mDegree is the amount that you're rotating your object each frame. So after 100 frames you're rotating by 50 degrees per frame. Eventually, you're rotating so fast that it's starting to slow down and reverse.

Yes, but how is this possible if mOrigins (or the elements contained within) does not attain state of mPoints?

#1SuperVGA

Posted 29 November 2012 - 12:08 PM

I think your code is increasing mDegree by 0.5 each frame, and mDegree is the amount that you're rotating your object each frame. So after 100 frames you're rotating by 50 degrees per frame. Eventually, you're rotating so fast that it's starting to slow down and reverse.

Yes, nut how is this possible if mOrigins (or the elements contained within) does not attain state of mPoints?

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